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How the Weather Channel Made an Immersive Hurricane Florence Storm Surge Animation

[2018-09-14 13:35:32]

Brian Barrett, writing for Wired: On one level, yes, the visualization literally just shows what three, six, and nine feet of water looks like. But it’s showing that in a context most people have never experienced. It fills in the gaps of your imagination, and hopefully underscores for anyone in a flood zone all the reasons they should not be. Perfect example of how showing something can be tremendously more effective than merely saying something.  ★ 

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